About Us

Parishioners, please note that Father Jeff and Father Christian will NEVER e-mail you requesting money or gift cards. ANY E-MAIL PURPORTING TO BE FROM THEM REQUESTING CASH OR GIFT CARDS IS A SCAM.

Saint Andrew’s will reopen June 1. The weekday worship schedule will be M-F Morning Prayer at 9:00 am and M-F Evening Prayer at 3:00 pm. The NEW weekend worship schedule begins Saturday, June 6, at 5:00 pm (in the sanctuary only) and Sunday, June 7, at 8:30, 9:30, and 10:30 am (all in BOTH sanctuary and parish hall). We will celebrate the Liturgy of the Word, and both services will be the same. There will be no nursery, children’s church, or singing. Face masks and physical distancing will be required. Continue to check here for updated information, as well as under the Events/News/Highlighted Announcements tab on this Web site, in the mobile app under News, and on the church Facebook. See THIS LINK to understand how seating in the sanctuary will work until the corona virus rules change.

To hear teachings, readings, prayers, meditations, and homilies from our clergy, go to Worship/Sermons on this Web site and also visit the Saint Andrew’s Facebook page. Sermons may also be accessed via the mobile app. If you don’t have the Saint Andrew’s app and you want to know how to get it, let us know.

Please note: if you are sending in regular offerings and pledges, please do not do so through PayPal on our church Web site; rather, please mail them to Saint Andrew’s Church at P.O. Box 626, Collierville, TN 38027.


Our Mission Statement

Saint Andrew’s is a Christian worship community committed to prayer, work, and study. Work includes inreach and outreach, all in response to God’s gracious gift of salvation in Jesus Christ.

At Saint Andrew’s, we desire to be large enough to make a significant impact in evangelism and outreach, yet small enough to be intimate in prayer and a genuine faith community. We invite you to explore our website and join us as we strive to be the Body of Christ on Earth.

 

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  1. Father Marx:
    I’d like you to share my thanks for the fellowship of one of your parishioners during Saturday’s Operation Backpack. I only know his first name. It’s Clayton. Working with me throughout the morning, I found Clayton generous, caring, and encouraging. Children and parents alike were grateful for his cheerful, helpful, and welcoming ways. So was I.

    BRYAN MASSEY
    Church of the Holy Apostles, Collierville

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